Where Is the Mango Princess? - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

C. E. Crimmins
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Chapter 13 Summary and Analysis

Alan initially behaved quite successfully in his old position as a bank trust officer. Alan handled old skills very well, though he had trouble with newer tasks like learning a new computer program. Cathy bought a dog named Silver for Kelly, and Alan initially hated the dog, kicking it and yelling at it. After about a year, however, Alan came to dearly love the dog. Alan also developed a better sense of his own injury and limitations, and he was free with people about the nature of his injury.

Unfortunately, the powers that be at the bank kept pressuring Alan to become a full-time employee. All Alan's doctors and other professionals felt that 40 hours was simply too much for a man in his condition. Alan's bosses did not understand the injury. Cathy explained that TBI is an invisible disability since a...

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